Percival P.50 / P.54 Prince


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Percival P.50 / P.54 Prince

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John Burdett miles_magister mi, e-mail, 24.11.2010 05:54

Polynesian Airlines, under the guidance of Australian Reg Barnewall, started with this aircraft about 1957 ?


Ralph Heywood, e-mail, 31.05.2009 13:42

The Percival Prince was a British light transport of the early post-war period. It was a twin-engine, high-wing, cantilever monoplane of all-metal stressed-skin construction; the undercarriage was of retractable, tricycle type. The design of the Prince followed on from the solitary Merganser. Further development of the type led to the Survey Prince survey aircraft and the Sea Prince. An improved version of the Prince 3 with an increased wingspan and engine and undercarriage modifications was developed for the Royal Air Force as the Percival Pembroke.


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